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Friday May 22, 2020 (1 week, 5 days ago)


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BOURNE — In late March, Marybeth Spencer was forced to shut down her business, Pampered Paws Pet Salon, after it was deemed nonessential by the state during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.Now, more than two months later, Spencer will be allowed to reopen on Monday. However, the ramifications of being closed for such a long time are worrisome, she said.For some dogs, the closure has meant their nails haven’t been trimmed, they haven’t had their medicated baths,  [...]

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